Hyderabad: The drinking water leakage at the KPHB 6th phase was repaired on Tuesday and the residents will no longer receive sewerage water.
Residents of KPHB were facing problem with the sewerage water getting mixed with drinking water.
Officials had laid the road without fixing the leak a month ago.
This newspaper on Monday reported the issue, ‘People falling ill due to sewage water’ as the residents fell sick after consuming the contaminated water.
Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board (HMWS&SB) officials on Tuesday sought the permission to dig the road and fixed the leak.
An official said,“We dug the road. We should be able to fix the issue by today itself.” Mr Mohan Rao, a resident, said, “The work is completed under the supervision of the water works engineer. The trouble was due to the negligence from roads and drainage department.”
With heavy inflows, level crosses 875 ft for the first time this year on Thursday night
Mr Vikramarka challenged Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao to an open debate on the issue and added that he could prove it.
Mr Jana Reddy wanted the government to implement all the assurances given to the people if elections are held after six months.
Rain coupled with VIP movement hits vehicular movement in city
Increased water flow in the Godavari River also added to the problem.
Low pressure area over North Bay of Bengal; Capital to witness a cloudy sky with moderate rain.
On Thursday by 7 pm, the Srisailam project received inflow of 2,12,100 cusecs and witnessed outflow of 97,709 cusecs.
The inflow to Ramappa, Laknavaram and Pakhal lakes has increased considerably.
Mr Rao said that barring four to five seats, all sitting MLAs would be retained.
Mr N. Narayana, President, TPA, said that the college management had no right to increase the fee, without the Government Order.
Drug controllers have also issued a notice that chemists must not stock and sell this drug.
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